Cabbage Steamed Salmon Recipe with Citrus Shallot Vinaigrette

Savoy Cabbage Steamed Salmon Recipe

He was served this Steamed Salmon entrée, a melon salad, delicious rustic bread, and an Individual Coffee-Chocolate Mud Pie — however, the only thing my dad requested for his 80th birthday dinner was the salmon. This was a tall order.  You see, my dad is known for his perfectly cooked salmon — so of course, […]

Snow Pea Shoot Smoked Salmon Potato Stacks

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Have you ever seen a prettier plant on a plate? Pea shoots are definitely one of my favorite greens that appear in the spring.  They taste like peas — only in the form of tender leaves and beautiful, delicate tendrils.  I adore them!  In salads, wraps, stir-fry recipes — oh, and in “stacks!” 😉 I […]

Spring Asparagus Grilled Cheese + 8 Favorite Asparagus Recipes

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It’s cute, crazy delicious and they sing springtime.  What more could you want in a grilled cheese sandwich!?  This is one of a few Easter recipes I wrote for Momtastic.  You can get the recipe and see it featured here.  Enjoy! Below are a few more of my favorite asparagus recipes — all of which […]

Light Spring & Summer Fish Stew Recipe

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So it’s not quite summer, I know.  However, while this recipe is delicious now, it will be even better in the summer months when the corn and tomatoes are are at the peak of their season. Full of mild, flaky and buttery fish, sweet and sightly crunchy corn, bright green spring asparagus, tomatoes and smoky […]

Cajun Spiced Shrimp with Citrus-Cucumber Salsa

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Have you ever bitten into something and you absolutely, positively couldn’t help but moan a little? You already know about my obsession with Cara Cara’s, so you won’t be surprised when I tell you this recipe evolved from there.  (If you don’t know about this current citrus obsession of mine, you can read about it […]

Wasabi Glazed-Seared Ahi Tuna Recipe

Wasabi Glazed Seared Ahi Tuna Recipe | COOKINGONTHEWEEKENDS.COM

What’s not to love? Here’s why this recipe is so loveable . . . The Ahi is slightly warm and peppery on the outside and refreshing and cool on the inside. The wasabi glaze is spicy, sweet, rich and perfectly smooth — all at ounce.  It’s truly a bite that will satisfy every desire your […]

What Makes a Comfort Food a Comfort Food? | Top 20 Comfort Food Recipes + Cookbook Giveaway {CLOSED}

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What makes something a comfort food? Some people think of comfort foods as something soothing when they’re sad or upset.  You know, like if you’ve had a really rough day, so you stop on your way home for a pint of coffee ice cream, that you hope to have while you watch mindless TV?  (Not […]

Olive Oil-Thyme Poached Salmon Recipe and Introducing the “Two Extra Virgins” and the Arianna Trading Company

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This is not a sponsored post — as always I only write about things I love. I’ve been wine tasting, cheese tasting, chocolate tasting, and now I can add olive oil tasting to the list — thanks to Melissa’s Produce, Laura Bashar, Mary Platis and Geroge Menzelos. Melissa’s Produce hosted a lovely book signing luncheon […]

Hale I’A Da Fish House in Kawaihae, Hawaii: It’s Where the Locals Eat

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I love, LOVE, trying the local food when I’m traveling. When we were in Hawaii on the Big Island last month, I was on a hunt for the best local food I could find.  The resort where we were staying was lovely — and the food was too — but, it was not unlike food […]

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